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Polish festival in Port Coquitlam to help Ukrainians, celebrate two cultures

Polish festival in Port Coquitlam to help Ukrainians, celebrate two cultures

The Polish community returns to Port Coquitlam this month for its first festival since 2019.
This incredible program helps dancers in Vancouver take their careers to the next level

This incredible program helps dancers in Vancouver take their careers to the next level

And you can watch them take their talents to the stage for a very exciting end-of-season performance
Watch: Vancouver takes centre stage in new dance video

Watch: Vancouver takes centre stage in new dance video

Corey Wadden’s brief film featuring five Vancouver dancers strikes a chord during tough times.
Tropical beats come to Coquitlam for Caribbean Days Festival

Tropical beats come to Coquitlam for Caribbean Days Festival

The two-day Caribbean Days Festival — the largest in the province — is moving Coquitlam’s Town Centre Park after 32 years in North Vancouver.
Vancouver will have an all-glass squash court for a few days this June

Vancouver will have an all-glass squash court for a few days this June

They'll be setting up for all to see at a very high-profile location in the city
After over a decade, Vancouver's museum show of 'ugly' neon signs is turning off the lights

After over a decade, Vancouver's museum show of 'ugly' neon signs is turning off the lights

But the display isn't going permanently dark...
8 exciting cultural festivals happening in Vancouver this summer

8 exciting cultural festivals happening in Vancouver this summer

We're a multicultural city, why not celebrate it?
Fun events happening at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden in May

Fun events happening at Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Chinese Garden in May

Celebrate and learn Chinese traditions at the Classical Chinese Garden.
Vancouver's fancy boozy horse race is back this summer

Vancouver's fancy boozy horse race is back this summer

The best-dressed guest can win $10,000.
Burnaby high schooler to showcase dance crew's groove at Canada’s Got Talent finale

Burnaby high schooler to showcase dance crew's groove at Canada’s Got Talent finale

On Tuesday, May 17, Burnaby South Secondary School student Shamira Alberts will perform with her hip-hop dance crew in the Canada’s Got Talent season finale.